BETTY BELLMAN, MD: There are sunscreens out there that are fragrance-free, which is really important. There are sunscreens that are greaseless, non-comedogenic, which means they won't make you break out in whiteheads or blackheads. There are sunscreens that are in your moisturizer already, so that you can get moisturizer and sunscreen at the same time. There are lipsticks with sunscreen, foundations and base for women with sunscreen, so there are a lot of new advances.
BARRY RESNIK, MD: There is even now clothing with sunscreen. Except it's not a sunscreen, it actually has an inherent sun protection factor, because it's so tightly woven it won't let the light through.
SUSAN CINGARI: Do those really work, though?
BARRY RESNIK, MD: Absolutely. And the people who benefit from them the most are fishermen, people who are out in the sun on a daily basis for their livelihood.
SUSAN CINGARI: What do you think is next as far as sun damage protection goes?
BARRY RESNIK, MD: I think that the newest thing out there, the thing coming down the pike is a morning after lotion, where it's going to have a factor in it that's going to be able to alleviate and actually change back some of the damage that you've gotten with sun exposure. And that is in the works, it's in the research stage.
BETTY BELLMAN, MD: Also a pill. Eventually in the next 10 or 20 years, they're going to have a pill that you can take to look tanned. And that's way in the future but that is something that's also being done in the research laboratory.
SUSAN CINGARI: I want one of those right now.
BETTY BELLMAN, MD: We all do.
SUSAN CINGARI: Any other tips you'd like to offer us today?
BARRY RESNIK, MD: Use it or lose it. If you don't use it, you're going to lose it.
BETTY BELLMAN, MD: The sun damage is not just every day and it's not from 20 years ago, it's just accumulation of your whole life time. So if you wear a sunscreen and you like it, you're going to see the benefits later on as you age.
SUSAN CINGARI: Dr. Barry Resnik, thank you for your time, some great advice, and Dr. Betty Bellman, thank you as well for your time, some great advice.
Thanks for joining us. I'm Susan Cingari from Miami.